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    04 Boxster S
  1. Hello everyone, just an update on the resolution to this problem. If your Boxster or any 986 vehicle has died while driving. Self diagnoses is cheapest and usually more efficient. If you heard a grinding it is most likely your IMS bearing. Thankfully for me I have a reliable aftermarket IMS Bearing. If you did not hear a sound when the car died, check fuel pump relay, fuses and wiring. -Solution. After taking the battery out of the front under the bonnet, taking the sending unit out and taking the fuel pump out. I ran some tests and turns out the fuel pump had gone out. If you had
  2. Will do..., just to give a little more info, the car has an aftermarket IMS bearing. I did not hear any noise when the car died, no grinding or anything. I’ve done work on previous fuel pumps. Fingers crossed.
  3. Hello Renntech Community. Hope everyone has had a lovely day/ evening. Well... After owning 2 previous porsche's there is no doubt we all run into A LOT of issues. I have an 04 Boxster S with 117K miles on her. Well taken care of, just recently had an oil change. While driving my car on the interstate i felt a drag in the acceleration.It felt like the clutch was slipping but after driving it a little more it cleared up... (Previously was an oil leak, I tightened the drain plug and added more oil prior to this incident and all was well) Then, while driving the car would accelerate any more, I
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